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2309, 2013

Testing: Who’s it for?

By |September 23rd, 2013|In The News|Comments Off on Testing: Who’s it for?

Professor Martin Fautley, Director of the Centre for Research Education at Birmingham City University

I was interested to read on the BBC news website the comments of a Prep school head, in that he thinks that online tests will replace the traditional written ones within a decade: “Pen and paper exams will be a thing of the […]

908, 2013

Do as much research as possible when choosing where to study

By |August 9th, 2013|Here to Help!|Comments Off on Do as much research as possible when choosing where to study

Stacey Watkins – BSc (Hons) Information and Communications Technology

I left secondary school without the qualifications I hoped for and I didn’t think I’d be good enough to go to university. I was the first person in my family to attend university and was a bit unsure what I needed to do and how the application process […]

907, 2013

Stay positive throughout the Clearing process

By |July 9th, 2013|Student Life|Comments Off on Stay positive throughout the Clearing process

Simron Kaur – BSc (Hons) Business Information Technology

I went through Clearing to study at Birmingham City University, where I now study Business Information Technology. I originally gained a conditional offer from another university but found myself in a difficult position on results day when I discovered I was 12 points below the requirements for my chosen […]

1206, 2012

Top tips on making the most of my University’s Open Day

By |June 12th, 2012|Student Life|Comments Off on Top tips on making the most of my University’s Open Day

By Sian Walker, Student Ambassador about to complete the BA (Hons) Primary Education with QTS 

I have been a Student Ambassador for almost two years and it has been an excellent opportunity to get more involved in the life of my University. I wanted to meet new people and learn more about the University and I have […]